- Spit Bridge and road
The First Spit Bridge was built in seven months from timber, 46 years after the residents of Manly first requested one and 37 years after the first plans were drawn up.
The Como Rail Bridge is one of twelve lattice truss bridges ordered, imported and constructed for the Railway Department of New South Wales, Australia [from 1871 to 1887]
- Pyrmont Bridge
Pyrmont’s colourful history dates back to 1799, when it was purchased by John Macarthur for a gallon of rum.
- Suspension Bridge - North Sydney
This picturesque bridge has had many name references to it over the last 100 years including: The Suspension Bridge, Northbridge; The Suspension Bridge, Cammeray; Cammeray Bridge; The North Sydney Suspension Bridge; Suspension Bridge, North Sydney.
- Fig Tree Bridge
Fig Tree Bridge is a girder bridge that spans the Lane Cove River, west of the CBD in Sydney, Australia. It is immediately to the north of Tarban Creek Bridge and the more well known Gladesville Bridge. The bridge carries Burns Bay Road and a footpath and connects the suburb of Hunters Hill to Linley Point.
- Other Bridges
Built in 1932, under the directions of Dr
J.J.C. Bradfield of the NSW Department of Public Works, the bridge was designed and built by British
firm Dorman Long and Co Ltd.
The bridge's design was
influenced by the Hell Gate Bridge in New York. It is also the sixth longest spanning-arch
bridge in the world, and it is the tallest steel arch bridge, measuring 134 metres (440 ft) from top
to water level. It was also the world's widest long-span bridge, at 48.8 meters (160 feet)
wide, until construction of the new Port Mann Bridge in Vancouver.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge falls outside of the time frame of this collection but is included because of its iconic